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Golf Australia Express : Issue 11
CALIFORNIAN ANTHONY Kim hasn’t yet proven himself as golf’s next big thing—a tag many Americans labelled him when he hit the Tour. On occasions he’s shown us glimpses of that enormous hype. Take the second round of the 2009 Masters. Kim set the record for most birdies in a round with 11, surpassing Zimbabwean Nick Price’s 10 in 1986. Kim’s round of 65 on a day when the scoring average was 73.74 proved he could get it going even when conditions were tough. The superb round moved him from outside the cut line after Round 1 to 6th place going into the weekend’s play. While he was unable to continue the birdie run on the weekend, eventually finishing 20th—the show he put on during Friday’s round was special indeed. LIST THE ANTHONY KIM Most birdies in a Masters round: 11, 2009